In its 190th Commencement ceremony, Kenyon College celebrated its 404 students receiving degrees Saturday morning, among which there were two from Knox County — Melissa Layton from Centerburg and Catalina Odio from Gambier.
Mount Vernon High School students were given a taste of Japanese culture Tuesday during an International presentation led by employees from FT Precision Inc. and coordinated with MVHS history teacher Rob Fetters.
The 2018 graduating and transitioning class from the Knox County Educational Service Center and Knox Learning Center was honored in a ceremony Friday morning, celebrating the students’ hard work and motivation in their years of educational pursuits.
Centerburg Village Council learned Monday night that its financial support of a pilot program through Knox Area Transit is necessary or the village would be excluded from a program designed to eliminate transportation barriers to employment.
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date and place of birth. If either parent is under the age of 18, the signature
of a parent or guardian is necessary for each of the baby’s underage parents.
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